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2011 | Where Fairytales Begin and Bunnies Roam

EST - 1966

2011 | Where Fairytales Begin and Bunnies Roam

EST - 1966

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Once Upon a Time in Benoni

In the heartland of South Africa’s Gauteng Province, amongst a past splashed with gold rush tales, lies Benoni—a place often overlooked by urban sophisticates yet holding a richness that transcends material wealth. This suburban sanctuary has earned its place on the map for nurturing souls destined for fairy-tale futures, most notably as the childhood home of Princess Charlene of Monaco.

A Princess's Nostalgic Yearnings

It was here in Benoni, a city of over 600,000 yet intimate in its embrace, that a young Charlene Wittstock found her formative footing. Decades later, even with the grandeur of Monaco beckoning, her heartstrings tugged towards the simpler times and spaces of her upbringing. “I miss my relatives, the friendly people and the Bunny Park,” Princess Charlene confessed during a touching visit in February, words that ring out as fond homage to her youth.

The Enchanted Bunny Park

The fabled Bunny Park holds a special place in Benoni’s tale—a verdant maze brimming with the innocent delights of hopping rabbits and the melodic giggles of children. This idyllic scene, where nature plays with imagination, remains the town’s crown jewel, a pure reflection of bygone days when fairy-tales didn’t feel so far from reach.

Community and Resilience Amidst Adversity

The serenity of Benoni and its Bunny Park belies the undercurrents of a nation grappling with its own, oftentimes harsh realities. Benoni, too, has felt the sting of South Africa’s notorious crime concerns, a threat all too personal for the Wittstock family.

A Royal Celebration Echoes Through Benoni

Despite these struggles, the spirit of Benoni shines through. The town eagerly gathered around televisions on July 2, adorned in their own bridal wear, to witness one of their own ascend into royal matrimony. It was a unifying moment of joy—a fairy-tale continuation for a local hero, and a testament to the tightly woven fabric of this community.

Benoni, with its charming Bunny Park and a community that cherishes kinship and resilience, offers more than meets the eye. It’s a reminder that even in the most humble of places, fairy-tales can, and do, begin. And with the words of Princess Charlene in mind, it’s clear that the magic of Benoni lies in the connections it fosters and the memories it nurtures.

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